A student passing this
module should be able to:
1. Employ a wide range of independent
research and study methodologies, generating both written and visual contextual
research and referencing.
2. Develop an in-depth and sustained line of personal
enquiry, investigating themes, ideas and positions relevant to personal
interests in studio work and related research.
Confidently facilitate and participate in discussion of
complex theoretical and conceptual issues, verbally articulating personal
opinions and perspectives.
4. Utilise skills in planning, structuring,
research and study skills, communication, delivery, construction of points of
view and arguments, as well as the use of appropriate formats e.g. power point
Demonstrate ability to analyse, evaluate and reflect on a
complex range of sources of investigation and enquiry, including those gathered
from both primary and secondary, verbal and written research.
6. Work with others, including dealing with
issues of collaboration, creative compromise and people management.